2% and that assumes they went to a GREAT undergrad.
what would you all put the OP's chances at admission to stanford at percentage-wise?
who do you all think has a better shot at stanford...someone with the OP's numbers or someone with a 169/3.9?
Quote from: cranman15 on May 09, 2007, 01:52:59 PMwho do you all think has a better shot at stanford...someone with the OP's numbers or someone with a 169/3.9?Neither would get in. Stanford is so small, and seemingly relies so little on soft factors, that it might be the toughest law school to get into in the country.
Yale: 6.8% acceptance, 170-176 lsat, 3.83-3.97Stanford: 8.7% acceptance, 167-172 lsat, 3.77-3.96Now obviously, we dont really know anything about their crowds below 25th percentile. but I'd argue that neither one is very forgiving. As an example, Harvard has a larger spread on both numbers (3.72-3.95 and 169-175) which is something I would believe signals slightly more leniency in numbers.
Saw dashrashi's LSN site. Since she seems to use profanity, one could say that HYP does not necessarily mean class or refinement.
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